Welcome to the official website of Rocky Hill Little League. We are proud to offer quality Baseball and Softball programs for the residents of Rocky Hill, Connecticut.
We are a volunteer organization. There are lots of ways to volunteer, not all of them time consuming. We always need people who can lend a hand for an hour or two for field preparations, announcing games, painting, concessions, opening day, etc. If you are interested in getting involved please send an e-mail to
expressing your interest.
If you have something that you would like posted on our web site such as an announcement, picture, or article please e-mail the Information Officer at
. Your request will be reviewed and posted on our web site if appropriate.
Please feel free to share any comments or concerns with the Board of Directors via email at email@example.com or you can find contact information for specific board members here.
Please visit our web site throughout the season to stay current with our Little League Baseball, Softball and Challenger programs. Also follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram at @rhllct
Latest Rocky Hill Parks & Recreation Announcements
To see the latest announcements from Rocky Hill Parks and Rec, please click the link below:
The Rocky Hill Little League wants to promote baseball in a safe environment during these times of uncertainty. To support that, we’ve consolidated several articles and videos that could be helpful over the next few weeks as we await the start of our season.
Rocky Hill Little League YouTube Channel:
RHLL has worked to compile some great videos you can do at home with your child. Please visit our YouTube channel playlists and hit the red Subscribe button!
You can also set up alerts to be notified of future drills. Please comment in our discussion group with suggestions or just to tell us you like what we're offering. We want to make it useful to our members and players.
Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA):
Here are some great articles from our partners from the PCA that can help you talk to your child about the impact of the coronavirus on the sports world.
Use this time inside as an opportunity to enjoy a baseball movie with the family! Here is a guide of where to find them on various streaming services. Please use your discretion on determining what is right for your family but there should be something for everyone here.
Also, if any families are in need of baseball or softball equipment to borrow, please let us know by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate.
These are tough times for us all. We just want to help do our part to keep our community active and looking forward to playing little league baseball again. Please look out for more information on our website and through social media posts.
Over the past few weeks, the league has been in close communication with Little League International, the Central Connecticut Health Department, the Rocky Hill Board of Education, and the Rocky Hill Parks & Recreation Department. Our Board is having weekly meetings to discuss what our spring season, in addition to our summer and fall seasons, will look like. As you know, the news is changing daily and we will update our website as we know more. We are as eager as you are to get started.
The link below will provide the latest information from Little League International regarding the Coronavirus and it's impact on the season.
We have been monitoring the recent actions that many communities in CT, including Rocky Hill, have recently taken regarding after school activities in response to the threat of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Over the last 24 hours, we have been in close communication with Little League International, the Central Connecticut Health Department, the Rocky Hill Board of Education, and the Rocky Hill Parks & Recreation Department. Based on recommendations from Little League and the Central CT Health Department, RHLL is aligning with The Board of Education’s plan and will be suspending the beginning of the season until March 27th, 2020, and will provide communication regarding resumption of the season at that time.
The remainder of the Hitting Clinic at ATI and the A/AA Fielding & Throwing Clinic is cancelled. We are working on prorated refunds.
We will continue to keep you updated on any new information as the situation continues to evolve. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your continued understanding and support of Rocky Hill Little League.
Love baseball? Looking for an exciting way to become involved in youth sports? Don't have the time to commit to coaching a team? Umpiring may just be the perfect way to volunteer for Rocky Hill Little League. Every Majors and Minors game requires two umpires so there are plenty of opportunities to call a game. The typical time commitment for an umpire is 30 minutes prior to the game time until approximately 10 minutes after game time. (average game time is two hours.) No experience necessary. Junior Umpires are also needed.
30 minutes Prior to Game time: Meet Partner/Dress/Discuss Signals, Coverages and Ground Rules.
10 minutes prior to game time: Arrive at game site, check equipment.
5 minutes prior to game time: Pre-game meeting and pledges. After the game it is recommended that you and your partner discuss pros and cons of the game.
The following guide is not an official rule book but can be used as instruction for Little League Umpires. At no time should this manual be used as a reference for rules in place of the Official Regulations and Playing Rules of either the Rocky Hill Little League or Little League Baseball. The official rule books will be made available at clinics offered by the League and the District.